Me and my sons father had been friends since Elementary, we grew up together and nothing like this has ever happened before, I believe it was a mistake that will never happen again. Im in contact with his mom and she tells me that he’s going to anger management classes and that he’s working now . Two things he wasn’t doing at all before. I really believe he’s grown over the past two years . I want to be able to communicate with him about his son without getting into any trouble , any suggestions on the steps I should take ? I will have to represent myself because i dont have the money for an attorney.
"Im in contact with his mom and she tells me that he’s going to anger management classes and that he’s working now ." Aggressive prosecutors would say that the father has been violating the no contact order every time he asked his mother to relay messages to you.
There is nothing stopping the father from asking the court to revoke the no contact order of which he is person prohibited from making contacts with the protected persons. Once you get notice of the father's motion, you can choose to join the motion.
Alternatively, each court is supposed to have a written set of instructions for the public to review and follow when a member of the public wants to ask the court to revoke or change an order that prohibits one person from having contact with another person. You can ask the court clerk to give you a copy of these instructions.
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